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Looking for luscious, flirty, longer eyelashes? FDA – approved , prescription Latisse could be just what the doctor ordered! Latisse, newly released in 2009 by Allergan, is the only FDA-approved treatment specifically designed to grow fuller, thicker lashes of the upper eyelid with daily application. Unlike mascara, which can make lashes appear slightly thicker and darker, Latisse actually creates new, darker lashes resulting in a natural, more appealing look. The solution is safe for all eyes, even sensitive eyes, and is applied with a special applicator included with the Latisse solution.
Using the special applicator provided in the 45-day supply Latisse kit, Latisse is applied to the base (where the eyelash meets the skin of the eyelid) of your upper eyelashes. Regular, daily applications are best to see the full effects of Latisse. As the natural growth cycle of your lashes occurs, new eyelashes will begin to grow, becoming evident at about four to eight weeks after beginning treatment of Latisse. In as little as four weeks, patients may notice their lashes are longer. At week eight, you may start to see fuller and darker eyelashes. In as little as week 16, you may then see the FULL dramatic results of luscious, longer lashes that you’ve been wanting. You deserve it!
A board certified dermatologist. He completed his internship at Northwestern University Memorial Hospital and his residency in dermatology at Rush Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Medical Center. He obtained his medical degree from Chicago Medical School and began his private practice, in Oak Lawn, IL in 1988.
Dr. John T. Keane provides comprehensive skin care for adults and children. Board certified in dermatology and dermatopathology he earned his doctorate from the Loyola University Chicago-Stritch School of Medicine. He completed his residency at Rush Medical College of Rush University and obtained fellowship status in dermatopathology, from the University of Chicago Hospitals and Clinics.
An expert surgeon specializing in Cosmetic Facial Plastic Surgery, Dr. Rachel has an extensive back-ground in medical research. After graduating Phi Beta Kappa from Michigan State University, he went on to graduate Alpha Omega Alpha(Honor Medical Society) from Wayne State University School of Medicine. He also trained with Dr. William Beeson, the former president of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery.